combines a strong liberal arts foundation with a broad-based business core. Through practical experiences and an advanced business curriculum, students receive a comprehensive education. Students can interact with the business community through internships, consulting projects, international programs and the
. UT's relationship with more than 700 Tampa Bay area leaders provides opportunities for professional networking.
Specialized areas of study include business undergraduate majors and minors; graduate degrees; and certificate programs. For specific information and requirements, see the
Centers and Institutes
The University of Tampa is home to five specialized centers that contribute resources and expertise to the curriculum, its students and the national and international business communities. UT Centers and Institutes
Huizenga Family Foundation Trading Center
Within an 80,000 sq.-ft. facility, the College of Business offers state-of-the-art resources such as the Huizenga Family Foundation Trading Center (pictured above) and more than 1,300 data ports for high-speed access.
The Princeton Review Best 296 Business Schools - 2015
For the ninth year in a row, UT's Sykes College of Business has been named by The Princeton Review
as an outstanding business school — and one of the 296 best business schools in the world.
In 2009, the MBA marketing program was listed as one of the top 15 programs in the country in The Princeton Review
, based on student surveys. See all of UT's Recognitions.
Bloomberg Businessweek B-School Connection
In our ongoing efforts to enhance curricula and enrich student learning, UT is a proud university partner of Bloomberg Businessweek
magazine. Learn more about Bloomberg Businessweek B-School Connection's resources
and benefits for students and faculty members.